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Re: Sky map and astronomical functions
« Reply #15 on: July 27, 2011, 07:36:24 pm »
Well, since the stars are hardcoded, changing the location is just a matter of going into e.g. Celestia or Stellarium, changing your location and looking up the positions of the same stars...

There was a website I'd stumbled across at one point that let you generate a star map for arbitrary locations...ah, here:

The planet function I have uses generic Keplerian orbital calculations so will apply to anything with an orbit (I think...) and could be used for multi-star systems as well.  Maybe even for the sun and moon, in a loose approximation?  Need to check that out.